I love love love canvasing a great picture. I might not be a professional photographer, but I love putting my Nikon to great use. My husband gifted me a Nikon DSLR for my birthday several years back and I couldn’t be more grateful for the memories I’ve captured with that great device.
Last summer we were lucky to spend time exploring many parts of Colorado. The picture above was taken at Rifle Falls State Park. Look how photogenic Braiden is?! Doesn’t he just rock that smile?
In this picture, he’s getting ready to climb a tree after we explored all the waterfalls. I just love his smile and his sense of adventure. He always wants to find a map of our next destination and will be the child that grows up knowing more about technology than I do. I’m so happy we took so many trips around our beautiful state seeing everything we could because we made some great memories and these memories deserve to be displayed.
But with all the memories we made, there are so many pictures sitting on my hard drive that I need to print and frame. I believe memories should be printed and framed or displayed in some way. Of course, those things cost money, so it will take some time to canvas all the photos I intend to canvas.
Thankfully Canvas on The Cheap helped us out with one of those photos of Braidy with his infectious endearing smile ready to show his superhero strength and climb that tree! I’m really happy with how this canvas turned out. If you are looking for great prices on canvased photos, I’ve found that Canvas on The Cheap has some of the most affordable prices on the internet. Their current deal for an 11 x 14 canvas (the one featured above) is $12.21 plus shipping! That is a great deal! Their largest canvas size is only 47.98 for a 30 x 40 canvas marked down from $369! I have no idea how long this promotional period is lasting but I’d take advantage of it if you have been holding off on printing your memories because of pricing.
The resolution for the canvas size was perfect. I recommend making sure you have a wonderful digital camera like a really good DSLR because the quality of your canvas is only as good as the quality of your picture, which is only as good as the quality of your camera. 😉
I have five canvased pictures in my home now and the next one I need to canvas is of my oldest son, Jaydon, so that I have an even number of pictures of each child on the walls. But I simply couldn’t pass up canvasing this one with Braiden’s great smile.
Do you have pictures sitting on your hard drive just waiting to be printed? Stop by canvasonthecheap.com and they’ll hook you up with a great deal. Don’t let those pictures just sit there. Turn them into a beautiful canvas to put on your wall.
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